Facebook, heavily criticised for posting fake subscriber numbers to lure advertisers, is facing advertiser’s wrath again. The cost of advertising has increased but interest is plummeting.


The CIA’s information combine harvester is fronted by failed academic Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook has lost much support after conceding that the United States of Israel and Israel itself call the censorship shots.

Earlier in 2018 the company deleted the accounts of pro-Russian Prime Minister of the Chechen Republic, who had a combined 4 million followers on those accounts. Facebook’s policy of summary deletion of accounts has been described as ‘disturbing and dangerous and lacking rationale’.

The Times notes, ‘this rationale appears dubious or at least inconsistently applied’. What this means is that the U.S. Government has the unilateral and unchecked power to force the removal of anyone it wants from Facebook and Instagram by simply including them on a sanctions list.

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American Civil Liberties Union Jennifer Granick told the Times: “This sanctions law is being used to suppress speech with little consideration of the free expression values and the special risks of blocking speech; that’s really problematic.”

The report says, “Facebook will submit to and obey the censorship demands of governments and officials who actually wield power over it, while ignoring those who do not. One need merely look at how ‘hate speech’ laws are used in Europe. Facebook victims are often critics of NATO wars or Israeli policies.”

Facebook employs an army of 7,500 censors known as content reviewers who decide whether to allow or remove posts flagged by its 2 billion users. Facebook Vice President Justin Osofsky said in a statement. “We must do better.”

He said Facebook will more than double the size of its content reviewers and other employees to 20,000 people in 2018, in an effort to enforce its rules better.

He added that Facebook deletes about 66,000 posts reported as hate (truth) speech each week. “This may include criticism of public figures, religions, professions, and political ideologies.”


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One comment

  • Facebook just took down my profile that I have had for several years now. I had already resorted to making it friends only (with no share options), so the only people my posts were reaching were my “friends”. It is obvious that they are watching even our private profiles and taking them down whenever they don’t agree with the content. Twitter is getting just as horrible. I am not sure what it will take, but something must be done before our voices are silenced completely.

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